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PostPosted: Sun Dec 18, 2016 4:49 am 
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Hi all. i bought this set in Bologna, at Model Game 2016, after a demonstration of their use by Simon Antelmi on a Trumpeter Locomotive.

The box contains usual 6 bottles, 5 of liquid pigment and one of a remover.

The 5 pigments are extremely fine and thin, they can be brushed and airbrushed with good results, the tones range from light to dark rust and are quite spotted on.
At first they look like simple washes, but the great thing is that they remain "adjustable": you can crate steaks or completely remove them just with a moist brush or a q-tip or a towel. If removed they left no trace at all, so if you weathered too much your hull you can simply start all over again.

The remover smells different from both Lifecolor thinner or cleaner, so i think it's somewhat different from them. it does not affect the base paint (in my case, lifecolor paint applyed some months ago.

No smell at all, so no problems with SWMBO :D
The liquid pigment range is growing and quite vast, there is a set specific for ship weathering, but there are a lot of sets that can be useful for our side of modelling.

totally satisfied!

On the bench: evolution of Royal Italian Navy Ironclads-1/700

-Regia Nave Formidabile

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